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Richard Holzer, 27, wanted to use pipe bombs and arsenic to attack Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, according to a Justice Department complaint.
Yes, there is arsenic in your rice.  Yes, arsenic is toxic. And it has been associated with lung, skin and bladder cancer
A visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
A visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 2 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 3 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 1 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 3 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 2 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
Part 1 of a visual open letter to Indiana Governor Mike Pence shines a spotlight on the lead crisis happening now in his home state.
The food industry uses the health halo of the gluten free label to better sell. It's really important to emphasize that just like one knows that foods that are peanut free are not generally healthier, gluten-free foods are not a panacea.
The Food and Drug Administration today proposed a new limit for the level of arsenic allowed in infant rice cereal. After
John Pujol and his team at SimpleWater, a Berkeley-based engineering firm, have developed a new way to put contaminated wells
Since 2008, three major coal ash disasters have threatened lives, livelihoods and water quality in Virginia, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Tennessee, including the largest toxic waste spill in U.S. history. Communities across our country near leaking coal ash ponds and landfills can wait no longer.
In fields ranging from forensics to archaeology, hair is widely used to gain insight into the lives of modern and past peoples
Although arsenic is a natural element found in water, air, food and soil, certain forms of the semi-metal can be toxic. Read
Looking more closely at these decisions, however, it seems that the FDA is really more interested in appeasing industry, than doing its duty to protect the public. So what action is the FDA really taking?